Release Notes: Cluster signal numbers have been moved to resolve a conflict with libpthread. Cluster system call numbers have been moved to avoid numbers claimed by the Red Hat kernel. This release fixes a loadlevel inheritance bug and a vproc refcnt bug. It also prevents a panic that occurred when a process did a SOL_SOCKET setsockopt() or getsockopt() on a remote socket. Due to these changes, you must upgrade to Cluster Tools 0.7.6 to use this release.
Release Notes: This release is merged with Linux 2.4.18. rexec loadleveling was added so that overloaded nodes will do new execs on underloaded nodes. Certain files have been distributed in /proc/cluster, and the responsiveness of load leveler has been improved. Support for the /proc/PID/goto interface was added, as were some new features to the loadlevel command, code for Context-Dependent Symlinks (CDSLs), and support for gracefully handling the loss of a non-root CFS server. Mount, swapon, and fsck were enhanced to support a clusterwide fstab. The IPVS and libipvs sources were updated, and the documentation was cleaned up a bit.
Release Notes: Coherent cluster-wide shared mapped file support (which allows programs such as RPM and keepalive to work with a CFS root), new accept, getname, and release remote socket ops, making --bind mounts completely local, fixes for various build problems, fixes for ssidevfs code not to go berserk when large numbers of nodes join simultaneously, improved ICS and CLMS logging, and a bunch of other bugfixes.
Release Notes: The Cluster File System can now be used for the root, removing the need for expensive shared disk hardware. Architectures supported now include IA-64. Up to 32 nodes in a cluster have been tested, and up to 125 may work. Load-leveling has been enhanced. Mounts are distributed cluster-wide. Some socket ops have been made to work remote. Various bugs have been fixed.
Release Notes: This version includes the latest release of Cluster Tools.
Release Notes: Highlights of this release include working support for UML, clusterized /proc/PID, support for remote ptrace(), and a working version of CFS with some limitations.
Release Notes: Use of Linux 2.4.16 and a slightly modified OpenGFS 0.0.92, greatly improved installation and booting, an integrated Mosix load leveler, preliminary Linux Virtual Server (LVS) integration, support for x86 and Alpha, preliminary User-Mode Linux (UML) support, support for Red Hat, Caldera, and Debian, inclusion of Cluster Infrastructure (CI) 0.6.0 (featuring a cleaner registration interface and improved node monitor), better support for external networking configuration, and inclusion of a current snapshot of Cluster File System (CFS) code.
Release Notes: Release is based on Alan Cox's 2.4.10-ac4 kernel tree and includes the latest version of OpenGFS. Integrated in the patch file is SGI's kernel debugger kdb-v1.9. rfork() process movement and fixes for various bugs/memory leaks were added.
Release Notes: Process migration, SSI dependency on initrd, and kill3() system call to support SIGMIGRATE (which requires a destination node number in addition to the signal) were added. Nodedown and nodeup work if GFS STOMITH is changed from 'meatware' to 'NUN' (sic). rexec of relative pathnames now works correctly. Other bugs in rexec and remote signals, broken ssidevfs, clusterwide fifos, and message queues, and the APM compilation bug were fixed. Compiler warnings and Makefiles were cleaned up, and SSI dependency on compiling for 486 and above removed.